Remembering ‘Mystery’ on PBS before mystery was cool….

For those PBS Mystery series fans that are currently experiencing the Sunday evening greatness that is Miss Scarlet and the Duke, Magpie Murders and Annika and who have been anxiously awaiting each Summer for the new seasons of Endeavour and Grantchester for the better part of the last decade, you may not be aware of the root history of ‘mystery’ on PBS that needs to be recognized for those that remember way, way back into the 80’s, back when the Earth was beginning to cool from the Ice Age.

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‘Broadchurch’: an S1-2 look back and a look ahead to S3

When series 3 of Broadchurch returns on 27 February, it’s fairly clear from the early look that this series will be delving into some pretty dark territory this time around as compared to the first two series. In an extended look from ITV, Olivia Colman’s DS Ellie Miller and David Tennant’s DI Alec Hardy are immediately confronted with former Coronation […]

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Sherlock’s “The Final Problem” heads to big screen on January 16 & 18

If, for some unexplainable reason, you find yourself waist-deep in the NFL playoffs this Sunday, we’ve got you covered with regards to Sherlock. The series 4 finale of Sherlock, which is set to broadcast at 7pET/6pCT as part of PBS’ Masterpiece series, will make its way to movie theaters nationwide on Monday, January 16 and Wednesday, January 18. Fans will […]

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Toby Jones’ chilling Culverton Smith next up for Sherlock

Most likely, Sherlock-Nation is still reeling from the shocking conclusion to the New Year’s Day return with “The Six Thatchers” (no spoilers here in case you are just waking up from New Year’s Eve and have an appointment with either the BBC iPlayer or the PBS Video player scheduled in the next day or so). It’s rather difficult […]

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Working with the dog in ‘Sherlock’ not as elementary as it appears on screen

Evidently, someone forgot to tell the world’s most highly functioning sociopath that you should never work with kids or animals on screen. When the long-awaited Sherlock 4 begins tonight on BBC1 and PBS, Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Amanda Abbington seem to have hit the motherlode as both child and animal are part of the newest series. It […]

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